Goldblatt

Goldblatt is a surname, meaning "gold leaf" in the German language. Notable people named Goldblatt include:


  • David Goldblatt, South African photographer
  • David Goldblatt, British author on social studies and football
  • Harry Goldblatt, American physician internationally known for his research in high blood pressure
  • Hilda Goldblatt Gorenstein (Hilgos), artist and inspiration for the documentary I Remember Better When I Paint
  • Joseph Eli Goldblatt, First generation Jewish immigrant to USA 1892.
  • Mark Goldblatt, American cinema editor
    • Max Goldblatt, American actor, son of Mark Goldblatt
  • Peter Goldblatt, South African botanist
  • Scott Goldblatt, American swimmer
  • Robert Goldblatt, New Zealand philosopher and mathematician
  • Goldblatt's, Chicago based department store
  • Stephen Goldblatt, American artist and animator
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